June 7, 2017 – Bauchi Governor Abubakar Spends N90Million To Buys Horses For 6 Emirs As Pensioners Remain Unpaid
Bauchi State Government on Wednesday disclosed that it spent the sum of N90m to purchase horses for some Emirs in the state.
The horses, according to the Commissioner for Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, Nasrudeen Mohammed who spoke to disclosed this at a ministerial press briefing at the state secretariat, the horses are for the six emirate councils in the state.
Also, the government has spent N275, 869, 840 for routine immunisation in the last two years.
He also said that the government spent N55, 007, 300 for the printing and distribution of revenue receipts for the 20 local government councils and production of government approved the scheme of service for local government employees.
He said the government, through the ministry, ‘purchased horses for six emirate councils to maintain the culture and traditions of the state at the cost of N90, 000, 000.
“The government also purchased 25 Toyota Hilux vehicles and their accessories and distributed them to the security outfits in the state at the cost of N252,000, 000.
“Routine immunisation to eradicate polio in Bauchi State cost the state N137,934,920 annually.”
Pensioner in the state have called for the impeachment of Governor Mohammed Abubakar for refusing to pay their salaries.